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Causeway’s Tennis Club
Release date - 11-May-2018

Following a successful bid for funding from the LTA, Causeway’s Tennis Club begins today. All are welcome so please come along and try out our new equipment and receive expert coaching from our Level 3 Tennis Coach.

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Summer GCSE Timetable Booklet 2018
Release date - 09-May-2018

Please click here to download our Summer GCSE Timetable Booklet 2018.

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Eastbourne marks one month to go to nature valley international with showcase of tennis stars
Tuesday, May 22, 2018

The official countdown to Eastbourne’s most prestigious summer sporting event began this morning when our Year 8 and Year 9 students took to the court at Devonshire Park. Nature Valley International Tournament Director, Gavin Fletcher, joined Meads Lawn Tennis Club’s Head Coach, Francesca Scollo and young players from around the region to celebrate a town with tennis at its heart.  +

SoSussex
Tuesday, May 01, 2018

SoSussex is an innovative family run company based in the heart of the Sussex countryside offering a range of outdoor activities, events, challenges and festivals for families, visitors to the area, schools and companies. We have teamed up with SoSussex to create 3D Art Work inspired by the theme ‘Nests’. This work will be displayed at the Elderflower Fields Festival which is an award winning three day festival, designed especially for families with children. The festival is packed full of music, sports, nature and the arts, all set in the heart of the lovely Pippingford Park in East Sussex. +

Causeway Connection - Edition 320
Friday, April 27, 2018

The latest edition of the Causeway Connection can be downloaded here  +

Wizard of Oz
Thursday, April 26, 2018

Since October students have been working hard on and off stage to create an exceptional performance for their friends and family. We are extremely proud of the students involved and are so lucky to work with such a professional and talented team.  +

Residential trip to Sorrento
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Twenty four students went on an incredible three night residential trip to Sorrento in the Easter holiday. Students visited the iconic sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum where they were given extensive knowledge of the sites by expert guides. Students understood the different effects that resulted in the 79AD eruption witnessing the bodies that have been preserved as a result of the pyroclastic flows. They visited other archaeological sites and went into the picturesque town of Sorrento and around the Port. On the last day they visited Vesuvius which dominates the Gulf of Naples. Students walked to the immense crater rim and were able to take in the surroundings and the potential risk faced by the one million people living in the shadow. Students were enthusiastic and inquisitive about the different sites, enjoyed the Italian food and were exceptional ambassadors for Causeway School. +

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AzuRivage - France

FULLY BOOKED - Residential Activity Trip, France

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Sorrento

FULLY BOOKED - Geography or History GCSE curriculum residential

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Student Successes

Fantastic progress towards meeting his end of year targets

Alfie Carr
Fantastic progress

Outstanding progress made towards her GCSE targets

Casey Bugg
Outstanding progress

Excellent progress made towards his GCSE targets

Jake Moorton
Excellent progress

Outstanding progress made towards her GCSE targets

Sienna Driscoll
Outstanding progress